Huge Weekend for Master’s

Huge Weekend for Master’s

Posted Tuesday, January 30th, 2018

The Master's School shocked the prep basketball world in recent days with consecutive wins over top ten ranked teams. It began on Saturday with an 87-78 win over Woodstock Academy and then a comeback 89-82 win over Spire Institute on Monday behind 25 points from Ben Eke and 23 points from Taelon Martin. Both wins were well-documented with a number of cameras in the gym on both days including Mike Yagmin, Brass City Films, and Splash Productions. Here's a look… READ MORE >

Cox to Stream NEPSAC Finals

Cox to Stream NEPSAC Finals

Posted Tuesday, January 30th, 2018

Cox Communincations will once again partner with the NEPSAC to broadcast their boys basketball championships in classes AAA, AA, and A on Sunday, March 4th. The three games will be televised on Cox's Yurview Channel (channel 4 and 1004 on Cox  Communications cable providers) and also avaiable via a live stream. “NEPSAC has always set a high standard for preparatory school athletics. Cox Communications is excited to be working with NEPSAC to deliver high quality boys basketball content to our… READ MORE >

Perry Plays Way into A10

Tyrone Perry 2018

Posted Sunday, January 28th, 2018

Every player who goes to prep school does so with the intention of it helping their recruitment. Few, if any, see quite as significant a jump as Tyrone Perry. Perry is a Boston native who had a storied career at Brighton High School, winning an MIAA D2 state championship last year as a senior and earning Boston Herald All-Scholastic honors among other post-season accolades. Nevertheless, he was largely unrecruited and spent the summer playing for East Coast Mavericks, where he… READ MORE >

Frechette Earns Scholarship

D.J. Frechette 2018

Posted Sunday, January 28th, 2018

Governor's Academy and D.C. Blue Devils' senior D.J. Frechette accepted a scholarship offer from division II Post University on Friday. He took to his twitter account to announce his decision. Post University Class of 2022 !!! ���� pic.twitter.com/L1vMsp48aE — D.J. Frechette (@djf1212) January 26, 2018 Frechette is a New Hampshire native who previously starred for Nashua South High School before transferring into Governor's last fall. He was one of the breakout performers at this summer's Elite 75 College Showcase and… READ MORE >

Paul Biancardi Joins the Upside Podcast

Paul Biancardi Joins the Upside Podcast

Posted Sunday, January 28th, 2018

On the latest episode of the Upside Podcast, ESPN's national recruiting director Paul Biancardi joins the conversation to discuss updated national rankings with last week's release of the ESPN 100, ESPN 60, and ESPN 25. The conversation includes a variety of risers and top prospects in those rankings among a variety of other subjects as well including Zion Williamson's surprising decision to attend Duke and how the top three prospects in the class will fit alongside each other for the… READ MORE >

Zero Gravity Annonces “Prime Event National Showcase”

Zero Gravity Annonces “Prime Event National Showcase”

Posted Friday, January 26th, 2018

Zero Gravity Basketball and Premier Basketball Tournaments are Happy to Announce: “The Prime Event National Showcase” Zero Gravity Basketball and Premier Basketball Tournaments, two of the nations’ largest operators are coming together this summer to run two can’t miss Summer D-I Live Exposure Events. Each of these events will be hosted in the state of the art Orange County Convention Center in sunny Orlando, Florida. Zero Gravity and Premier Basketball Tournaments will transform this 250,000 square foot exhibit hall into… READ MORE >

Yfantopulos Makes Pick

Yfantopulos Makes Pick

Posted Friday, January 26th, 2018

Brimmer & May and Mass Rivals senior guard Jimmy Yfantopulos announced on Thursday night that he will play his college basketball for Colgate University. Yfantopulos is an undersized southpaw guard who has exceeded all expectations in recent years and proven himself to be an overachiever by virtue of his toughness and work-ethic. The 5-foot-10 guard has been a multi-year starter at Brimmer & May and a member of the Rivals' team that was among the best in the Adidas Gauntlet… READ MORE >

St. Andrew’s Christy Makes Choice

St. Andrew’s Christy Makes Choice

Posted Friday, January 26th, 2018

St. Andrew's School senior Sean Christy is headed to Clark University to play his college basketball next year. Christy is a skilled wing and good three-point shooter who came to St. Andrew's from nearby Cumberland High School and has added to a Saints' attack that has them among the top contenders in Class AA of the NEPSAC this season. “He's a hard worker who has made himself into a college level player,” St. Andrew's head coach and athletic director Michael… READ MORE >

Yags’ Point Forward - Mid Season Prep Report

Yags’ Point Forward - Mid Season Prep Report

Posted Friday, January 26th, 2018

Believe it or not, we’re already past the midway point of the ’17-’18 prep season and the season’s storylines are starting to write themselves. While this year’s race to the National Championship remains wide open, the NEPSAC conference standings are starting to separate the contenders from the pretenders and the resumes of independent programs have gotten stronger. But before we try to figure out what the post-season picture will look like, there’s a much more important topic to tackle. COACH… READ MORE >

STM coach Jere Quinn wins 1000th game

STM coach Jere Quinn wins 1000th game

Posted Thursday, January 25th, 2018

St. Thomas More School earned a road win over Worcester Academy on Wednesday night in a 66-55 decision. The win was number 1,000 for STM head coach Jere Quinn who has become a coaching legend at St. Thomas More over the course of the last forty years. Coach Quinn grew up playing for two legends in their own right, first Jack Curran at Archbishop Molloy High School in New York and then Bill Detrick at Central Connecticut State University. He… READ MORE >

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